August, Mushrooms, The Kitten, Lightning and In the Pinewoods, Crows and Owl
1. What does the narrator eat in 'August'?
(a) Wheat bread.
2. What does the narrator in 'August' compare what she is eating to?
3. What is the only part of the narrator's body she is concerned with in 'August'?
(a) Her stomach.
(b) Her tongue.
(c) Her lips.
(d) Her fingers.
4. What season does 'Mushrooms' take place in?
5. What pulls the mushrooms in 'Mushrooms' from the ground?
(a) The moisture.
(b) All of these.
(c) The winds.
(d) The rains.
6. Why do some people not gather the mushrooms in 'Mushrooms'?
(a) They are in a hidden place.
(b) Some do not like them.
(c) Some are poison.
(d) They are protected.
7. Where is the dead kitten buried in 'The Kitten'?
(a) A flower bed.
(b) A garden.
(c) A graveyard.
(d) A field.
8. How did the narrator of 'The Kitten' feel when she buried the kitten?
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